195 of 1993, and the rights in respect of a patent conferred by the Patents Act, No.
57 of 1978 including any applications for the aforegoing and any names, licenses, know how, trade secrets and data associated with the aforegoing; 1.15 “IP Services” means services or products that provide (or include) internet services, including but not limited to, any service providing access to the internet or using internet protocols, any hosting services (data/content hosting, server hosting, web hosting, e-mail services, etc) or any other services provided over our network or the internet; 1.16 "Juristic Person" means a company or close corporation and includes a body corporate, partnership, association or trust; 1.17 “Legal Notices Website” means 1.18 “MWEB Marks” means any trademarks, logos, brand names, trade names domain names or other names or marks of MWEB whether registered or not; 1.19 “MWEB”, “we”, “us” and “our” means MWEB a Division of Internet Solutions Digital (Pty) Ltd, Registration Number 2000/021413/07, its affiliates and subsidiaries; 1.20 “NCA” means the National Credit Act, 34 of 2005; 1.21 “Network” or “network” or “our network” means any network, electronic communications network, system, server, hardware or technology infrastructure, or the like, including without limitation third party networks and/or Network Operator networks, owned or used by us or provided by us or our third party suppliers or the Network Operators, for purposes of providing any MWEB service or product to Subscribers or providing access thereto; 1.22 “Network Coverage” means the geographical area within which the service can be accessed and used by you, as determined at the time coverage was established; 1.23 “Network Operator” means a company that owns or operates an electronic communications network, and which makes such network and the electronic communications services conveyed over such network available to other industry players for commercial purposes (e.g.
You may terminate the Agreement during the Renewal Period by giving 1 (one) calendar month notice or notice as specified in the Product Terms or Application Form, which notice will take effect on the first day of the month immediately following the end of such notice period.
2.2.3 MWEB may cancel the Agreement – 220.127.116.11 in the case of a fixed term agreement concluded with natural persons – 20 (twenty) Business Days after giving you written notice to remedy a material breach of the Agreement and you have failed to remedy that breach within such time; and 18.104.22.168 in the case of any other fixed term agreement or any month to month agreement, on the expiry of the reasonable notice period given to you to remedy a material breach and you have failed to remedy that breach within such reasonable period, or otherwise as provided for in the Product Terms or these general terms and conditions.
Unlike a Wi-Fi hotspot which is usually limited to one venue, the zones cover larger areas and users should see speeds of around 10mbps."For MWEB Wi-Fi it's less about the speed and more about rich media experience, and to deliver this they have designed the network in such a way that it provides more than adequate bandwidth to the user," Nathier Kasu, general manager of MWEB Wi-Fi told News24.
Wi-Fi has seen a resurgence after being relegated to the technology dustbin as excitement over Long Term Evolution (LTE) grew.
Our government will be subsidising the free portion of citizens' internet access," Zille said.
2.2.4 In the case of a fixed term agreement contemplated in 2.2.1, in the event that you cancel the Agreement prior to the expiry of the Initial Fixed Term, you will remain liable for all amounts owing up to the date of cancellation and in addition MWEB will be entitled to impose a reasonable cancellation penalty in contemplation of the Agreement enduring for its intended fixed term.